Valpo's Republican leadership has failed to serve the people, wasting our tax dollars on personal schemes instead of utilizing State and Federal programs that would improve our city and benefit its residents. We see this in projects like the now “on-hold” Riverwalk District, the newly-built, unaffordable luxury condos that sit empty downtown, the sports complex, funded by federal grants, that is now canceled due to poor planning, and the lack of oversight at the Brooks, causing multiple bailouts to fix one problem after another.
We need a leader who will bring Valpo the progress and shared prosperity it deserves. You can trust that as Mayor, Hannah Trueblood will address the current needs of our city and not concoct half-planned schemes that will primarily benefit a select few. As Mayor, Hannah Trueblood will ensure that our city government works for the people. When we say we are Valpo, that means we are all Valpo.
Here are the things a Trueblood administration will do for our great city:
Recently, the City of Valparaiso was sued by a former, long-time employee, claiming she was discriminated against by the city and paid less than her male coworkers as a department head.
You can vote early in Valparaiso at the Porter County Admin Building (155 Indiana, Ste 102A) or the Valparaiso Fire Training Center (355 Evans Ave)
Voting times are Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays & Saturdays from 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM and Tuesdays & Thursdays from 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM.
ALL EARLY VOTING ENDS AT NOON ON NOVEMBER 6TH!